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Repetition (Type of variable)
In french: Repetition
The Repetition type is used to describe and modify the characteristics of a repetition for an appointment via the different WLanguage properties. Then, the appointment will be displayed in an Organizer control or in a Scheduler control.
This type of variable is used by the Appointment type.
Remark: For more details on the declaration of this type of variable and the use of WLanguage properties, see Declaring a variable.
Example
// Defines an appointment for the morning
MyAppointment is Appointment
MyAppointment.StartDate = DateSys() + "090000"
MyAppointment.EndDate = DateSys() + "093000"
MyAppointment.Title = "Appointment with the development team"
MyAppointment.Guest = "Jack, Mark, Sandra"
MyAppointment.Content = "Daily meeting regarding the progress of the projects."
MyAppointment.WithRepetition = True
 
// Configures a daily repetition of the appointment
RepetitionParameter is Repetition
RepetitionParameter.Type = schEveryDay
RepetitionParameter.TypeEnd = schNoEnd
MyAppointment.Repetition = ConfigureRepetition
 
OrganizerAddAppointment(ORG_Organizer1, MyAppointment)
Remarks

Properties specific to the description of Repetition variables

The following properties can be used to handle a Repetition variable:
Property nameType usedEffect
EndDateCharacter stringEnd date of the repetition. This property is used if the TypeEnd property is equal to the schEndDate constant.
HourCharacter stringTime of the repetition in UTC format (universal time). The possible values are:
  • a digit included between 0 and 23.
  • a list of numbers separated by commas in order to specify several hours.
  • an interval. For example, "9-13".
  • a star ("*") to specify the entire range.
  • an interval with a step. for example, "*/2" to repeat the appointment every even hour.
DayOfWeekCharacter stringNumber of the day for which the appointment is scheduled ("2" for example). This number is included between 1 and 7 (1 = Monday, 2 = Tuesday, ...).
This property can also correspond to:
  • a list of numbers separated by commas in order to specify several days.
  • an interval. For example, "1-3" (the appointment is repeated on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday).
  • a star ("*") to specify the entire range.
  • an interval with a step. For example, "*/2" to repeat the appointment every even day of the week.
  • the day of the week in letters ("monday", "tuesday", "wednesday", "thursday", "friday").
DayOfMonthCharacter stringNumber of the day for which the appointment is scheduled ("31" for example). This number is included between 0 and 31.
This property can also correspond to:
  • a list of numbers separated by commas in order to specify several months.
  • an interval. For example, "9-13" (the appointment is repeated from the 9th to the 13th of the month).
  • a star ("*") to specify the entire range.
  • an interval with a step. For example, "*/2" to repeat the appointment every even day of the month.
DayOfMonthOrDayOfWeekBoolean
  • True repeat the appointment every Monday AND the first day of the month (cumulated conditions).
  • False to repeat the appointment on Monday 1st (exclusive conditions).
MinuteCharacter stringMinutes of the time for the appointment repetition. The possible values are:
  • a digit included between 0 and 59.
  • a list of numbers separated by commas in order to specify several minutes.
  • an interval. For example, "9-13".
  • a star ("*") to specify the entire range.
  • an interval with a step. For example, "*/2" to repeat the appointment every even minute.
MonthCharacter stringNumber of the month for the appointment repetition. The possible values are:
  • a digit included between 1 and 12.
  • a list of numbers separated by commas in order to specify several months.
  • an interval. For example, "9-11".
  • a star ("*") to specify the entire range.
  • an interval with a step. For example, "*/2" to repeat the appointment every even month.
NbOccurrenceIntegerMaximum number of repetitions. This property is taken into account when the TypeEnd property is equal to the schMaxOccurrence constant.
TypeInteger constantType of repetition.
This property corresponds to one of the following constants:
  • schEveryDay: the appointment will be repeated every day at the same time.
  • schEveryWeek: the appointment will be repeated every week, on the same day and at the same time.
  • schEveryMonth: the appointment will be repeated every month, on the same day and at the same time.
  • schEveryYear: the appointment will be repeated every year, on the same day and at the same time.
TypeEndInteger constantCondition for stopping the repetition.
This property corresponds to one of the following constants:
  • schEndDate: the appointment will no longer be repeated from the date specified in the EndDateproperty .
  • schMaxOccurrence: the appointment will no longer be repeated after the number of repetitions specified in the NbOccurrenceproperty.
  • schNoEnd: the appointment will be repeated endlessly.
Minimum version required
  • Version 16
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